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  1. PRECIOUS-Gold steadies near $1,800/oz on lower dollar, yields
    Reuters | 08:56 PM EDT

    Gold prices held steady near the key psychological level of $1,800 per ounce on Monday, supported by a pullback in the dollar and U.S. Treasury yields.

  2. GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks rise, U.S. yields fall amid slowdown in inflation
    Reuters | 08/12/22 11:38 AM EDT

    * Wall Street indexes trade higher. * Benchmark 10-yields fall. * European stocks hit two-month highs. * Oil prices shed $2 a barrel. By Chibuike Oguh. Global equity markets rose while U.S. Treasury yields fell on Friday as investors tempered their expectations on the scale of the Federal Reserve's interest rate raising cycle amid a pullback in inflation led by falling oil prices.

  3. PRECIOUS-Gold gains, set for weekly rise as U.S. yields drop
    Reuters | 08/12/22 11:03 AM EDT

    Gold prices drifted higher on Friday helped by a drop in U.S. Treasury yields and setting the metal on path for a fourth straight week of gains, as investors took stock of the recent inflation data ...

  4. TREASURIES-Yields dip as inflation remains in focus
    Reuters | 08/12/22 09:41 AM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields dipped on Friday after a volatile week as investors evaluated whether an apparent slowdown in inflation increases could reduce the speed of Federal Reserve interest rate hikes.

  5. Japan's 10-year futures fall amid uncertainties of U.S. inflation
    Reuters | 08/12/22 02:58 AM EDT

    Japan's 10-year government bond futures fell on Friday amid uncertainties about the pace of U.S. inflation, while sentiment was weakened after U.S. Treasury yields rose overnight. Benchmark 10-year JGB futures fell 0.07 point to 150.26, with a trading volume of 13,309 lots.

  6. PRECIOUS-Gold set for fourth weekly rise on bruised U.S. dollar
    Reuters | 08/12/22 01:31 AM EDT

    Gold prices steadied on Friday, heading for their fourth consecutive weekly gain, as broader weakness in the dollar countered pressure from an uptick in Treasury yields and prospects of U.S. interest ...

  7. Global stocks rise, U.S. yields fall as inflation slows
    Reuters | 08/12/22 12:05 AM EDT

    Global equity markets rose while U.S. Treasury yields fell on Friday as investors tempered their expectations of the scale of the Federal Reserve's interest rate raising cycle as falling oil prices helped to cool inflation.

  8. PRECIOUS-Gold set for fourth weekly gain as U.S. dollar under pressure
    Reuters | 08/11/22 09:43 PM EDT

    Gold prices were flat on Friday, weighed down by an uptick in the Treasury yields and prospects of U.S.

  9. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks lose ground, Treasury yields climb after inflation data
    Reuters | 08/11/22 04:58 PM EDT

    The S&P 500 and Nasdaq finished in the red while Treasury yields rose as investors digested signs of cooling U.S. inflation and hopes the Federal Reserve could slow interest rate hikes against warnings that the battle with rising prices was far from over. Thursday's data showed U.S. producer prices unexpectedly fell in July amid a drop in the cost of energy products.

  10. Short end pressure felt; mutual fund outflows return
    SourceMedia Bond Buyer | 08/11/22 04:45 PM EDT

    Pressure on the short end of the muni curve is being exacerbated by a 3.24% two-year Treasury note, from a correction to floating rate notes and dealer positions.

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